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>Date: Thu, 16 Mar 2000 15:03:01 +0000 (GMT)
>Subject: IT posts at Oxford University
>From: Sarah Porter <[log in to unmask]>
>
>
>               NEW JOBS AT OXFORD'S HUMANITIES COMPUTING UNIT
>
>We are pleased to announce two exciting new positions for imaginative
>IT developers, involving hands-on experience and state-of- the-art
>technologies, and located in the intellectually challenging
>environment of Oxford University's Humanities Computing Unit.
>
>If you feel that there is more to life than payroll and e-commerce,
>enjoy the challenge of working in a small research-oriented team, and
>would like to apply your technical expertise to support research and
>teaching in the Humanities at one of the world's most famous
>Universities then we'd like to hear from you.
>
>You must be a graduate, with demonstrable experience of relevant
>technologies, and you must be a good team-worker, a good communicator,
>and ready to learn. We promise to stretch your understanding and give
>you valuable practical experience with a wide range of new technologies.
>
>The two jobs currently advertised are both available for one year in
>the first instance on Research Grade RS1A (16286-24479) and located in
>Central Oxford. Detailed job descriptions for each post are available
>from http://www.hcu.ox.ac.uk/jobs/ and are briefly summarized below:
>
>1. HCDT Project Officer
>
>    -  project developer to work on an exciting range of teaching and
>       research projects
>    -  experience of HTML and Javascript, PERL and/or ASP essential
>    -  develop new skills as part of a small team
>
>2. HCU/TEI Development Officer
>
>    -  software developer with expertise in open software tools,
>       XML and web technologies
>    -  will provide support for Oxford's Text Encoding Initiative
>       activities
>    -  initially to work on the EU-funded MASTER project
>
>                         INTERESTED?
>
>If you'd like to discuss either post informally, please email
>[log in to unmask] If you'd like to apply, please request an
>application form from :
>
>         Mrs Nicky Tomlin, Oxford University Computing Services,
>               13 Banbury Road, Oxford OX2 6NN, UK.
>
>         tel: +44[0]1865-273230 fax: +44 [0]1865-273275
>                e-mail: [log in to unmask]
>
>
>Completed applications must be received by 4.00 pm on 14 April 2000,
>and we hope to interview during the first week of May.
>
>                            ***
>
>The Humanities Computing Unit, based at Oxford University Computing
>Services, brings together a number of local, national and international
>facilities providing support for Humanities Computing at Oxford. These
>include the Centre for Humanities Computing; the Humanities Computing
>Development Team; the Humbul Humanities Hub; the Oxford Text Archive and a
>range of other projects. Its activities and strategies are described at
>http://www.hcu.ox.ac.uk.



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